Bulgaria: Hamas posed threat to national security

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February 15, 2013 15:01

 
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Bulgaria said Friday that it had expelled a Hamas delegation because the terrorists threatened national security, Bulgaria's State Agency for National Security said according to Sofia News Agency.

"The four Palestinians expelled for Bulgaria posed a serious threat for national security," the Agency said, adding that they had acted in accordance with Article 42 of Bulgaria's Foreigners Act, which allows for the expulsion of foreigners if they pose a threat to public order or national security.

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